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Paris the capital of France is a famous city on the international stage. We can all easily think of images of France and its culture based around what we know of Paris. But what does the city look like when viewed in 3D? With special 3D viewing glasses you can look at 3D photos of Paris and discover a whole new look to this European capital.
The Eiffel Tower

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Come Carnival, and it’s time for music, dancing, laughing with friends, and of course enjoying delicious traditional fried sweets and cakes. Walk past bakeries and homes in Italy during Carnival, and you’ll smell them – the unmistakable aromas of baked cakes and cookies fried in fat.

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The Basque city was once known for its heavy industry and thriving ports; not particularly attractive prospects for attracting tourism. Over the past couple of decades though, like a phoenix from the ashes, Bilbao has reinvented itself as a young, dynamic and aesthetically beautiful holiday destination.

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We all know that at times travelling can be a little bit testing. For shopping lovers though, the retail options in some airports offer an oasis of light relief. From cosmetics, to electronics and boutique fashion; let’s have a look at four of the best airport shopping locations the world has to offer, and try to pick a favorite!

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If you are planning on going to New Orleans at some point in your life, be sure to go in February. That isn’t to say that New Orleans isn’t a great place to visit all year round; but in February, everything that is great is still there plus the added celebrations of Mardi Gras.

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While some nations become more accepting, others remain stubborn in their traditional views, so it is important that potential visitors know where they stand.
Risks for LGBT travelers abroad

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Whether you are a complete novice skier or a professional, there is no denying that après ski is one of the most important aspects of any ski holiday. Après ski can be described as the ‘happy hour’ of ski holidays, where everyone puts down their boards and skis, and heads out to the bars and clubs nearby for some serious relaxing, pampering, and partying. This article lets you in on the secrets of Italy’s best après ski cities: Selva di Val Gardena, Livingo , and Sauze d’Oulx.

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So you’re in love! Have you heard about the relatively new tradition of making a love oath by attaching a padlock to a bridge? This is no ordinary padlock but one that has your and your sweetheart’s names or initials inscribed on it to show each other eternal love. Lovers throw away the key in the river under the bridge to symbolize their unbroken love to one another. This latest phenomenon is now happening in a number of exciting locations worldwide.

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Many a deal has been made over a hot meal. Forget board rooms and offices, a nice restaurant with good food provides the perfect setting for sealing -or at least warming- a deal. Business lunches in the financial districts of the US bring together two long standing American traditions; eating well and making money.

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The Venice Carnival is known around the World as one of the most decadent and glamorous events ever created, after being outlawed in 1797 the Carnival was brought back to life in 1979 and remains an important part of Venetian culture. Here is why you should not miss it next year!

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Get inspired with our 100 cities to visit list!

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Located in the Bao’an district of Shenzhen in China’s Guangdong Province, the Pengheng Space Capsule Hotel is quite unlike usual tourist destinations. For a start, if you’re looking for spacious rooms with panoramic views you won’t find them here. However, if you’re a sci-fi buff who appreciates the latest technology and likes clean, no fuss service, you’ll be in your element!

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Polenta is a simple, delicious and very appreciated dish, across all regions of Italy. When people hear about polenta, they are tempted to think that it is good only for the cold season, when the truth is that Italians use this dish throughout the year, primarily as a side dish for the main courses. That being said, here you will find out three great polenta recipes that will certainly warm up your winter days, in no time!

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January is known to be the Sale Season, and there is no better way to spend the money you have received for Christmas than by going on a shopping spree in Italy!

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